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typist

noun as in secretary

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Despite those flaws, it’s still a relatively distinctive offering for typists who want a keyboard that looks and feels special.

The problem is that before his accident, DeGray was never more than a hunt-and-peck typist.

Lower latency means less lag time, an important spec for gamers and the speedy typists amongst us.

After Varahn’s victory in the September elections, Glenda, who had worked for many years as a typist, took on the duties of council secretary, and Hurshel Godfrey, another longtime resident, assumed the vice presidency.

He taught at private schools before joining the New Yorker, where he met Bouton, who was then a typist.

Taking a job as a typist at a factory, Laura soon finds an unlikely benefactor in her employer.

When I could write longhand, I did that sometimes and then paid a typist.

“When I started working at university, all people were thinking that I am a typist,” she says.

Nakasal-ang ang taypist ug duha ka linya, The typist skipped two lines.

He announced himself to a girl typist, and she referred him to a young man who came forth from a private room.

As a typist he had proved himself expert; in shorthand he had attained the highest speed.

I allude to Miss Joan Meredyth, for some time engaged by me as a typist in my city office.

I am classified as a clerk-typist with the city civil service.

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On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to typist, such as: assistant, clerk, executive secretary, receptionist, and word processor.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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